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Sentence count:198+11 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-19Updated:2017-02-19
Synonym: conversegossiptalkSimilar words: chat showhatthatwhathatethat ishatterand thatMeaning: [tʃæt] n. 1. an informal conversation 2. birds having a chattering call 3. songbirds having a chattering call. v. talk socially without exchanging too much information. 
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1. I've had a long chat with Vinnie.
2. She has her own chat show.
3. He was a paradox—a loner who loved to chat to strangers.
4. Whatever you want to chat about, we'll do it tonight.
5. He often keeps aloof when we chat together.
6. I find it quite boring to chat with those who are lacking in humour.
7. I had a long chat with her.
8. We had a nice chat over a cup of tea.
9. It's a place where people can chat and exchange ideas.
10. You'll have to chat the boss up if you want some days off.
11. I was just phoning up for a chat.
12. We had a pleasant chat over a cup of tea.
13. I saw her on a chat show yesterday.
14. I had a chat with my boss today about a possible salary increase.
15. Come over for a chat so we can catch up on each other's news.
16. She called round for a chat.
17. I had a long chat with her when I went by her house this morning.
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18. It's about time we got together for a chat.
19. Would you care to come and have a chat with me?
20. That's enough chat get back to work.
21. That's enough chat from me-on with the music!
22. I just called in for a chat.
23. We had a cosy chat by the fire.
24. For the old lady buying the daily newspaper soon became an end in itself[], since she really just wanted to chat with the shopkeeper.
25. Do you suppose we could get together for a little chat sometime soon?
26. I hadn't seen him for years and we had a long chat about old times.
27. When he feels low, he often calls in his psycho doctor, and feels better for a chat with him.
28. I think it's sort of creepy how people lurk in chat rooms.
29. Sometimes young lads just need to turn to a mother figure for a bit of a chat and reassurance.
30. I was passing your house, so I thought I'd stop by for a chat.
More similar words: chat showhatthatwhathatethat ishatterand thatat thatnow thatsee thatso thatall thatbut whatin thatshatterlaugh atand all thatonly thatsomewhatwhatevercome what mayseeing thatshatteredwhatsoeverwhat is morethat is to sayin order thatchasmchap.
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